Diveagar Tourism & Travel Guide

Popular among tourists for its pale white beaches, sparkling sea waters and palm trees swinging lazily in the coastal breeze, Diveagar is located in the Raigad district of Maharashtra. The Diveagar Beach is a mesmerizing place that stretches for a whopping six kilometres. You can find many Suru trees along with a dense cover of the uncommon Belu trees. Don't forget to take pictures of the sand bubble crabs that crawl about here. For a sighting of dolphins, head to the Harihareshwar Beach, which is located near by. Don't be surprised to see sea turtles here, as they often come to this beach to lay their eggs. The fortress of Murud-Janjira, situated on an island off the Murud village is something you can't miss out on. Take a jetty from Murud and explore the fort that is one of the strongest marine forts and has three gigantic cannons that have stood the test of time. Nature and wildlife lovers can head to the Phansad Wildlife Sanctuary, which houses various species of animals, birds, plants and reptiles. Diveagar can be reached by buses that run regularly from Pune and Mumbai till Srivardhan, from where Diveagar is only 6km away.
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Diveagar 402404
This is a beach town and also a place of worship. The Diveagar Beach is known for its clean sands and white waters. There is not much you can do or explore here but this place is still a very popular weekend getaway especially for Mumbaikars. The Suvarna Ganesha Temple is a famous place of worship and also has an interesting story behind it. Once when there was nothing over here, a lady farmer named Pratibha was busy in her daily work. While ploughing the field she got a copper box which was buried deep down and came up due to repeated ploughing. Inside this box was an idol of Lord Ganesha covered completely with gold and also withe a mask made of gold. The idol weighed about 12 kg. There was then built the temple of the Suvarna Ganesha which is still very popular.
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Dighi Port Road, Diveagar 402403
We enjoyed that evening witnessing a baby turtle beginning its life, sky taking on the shades of orange, white buzzard flying high, sea kissing the shore’s feet, stars winking at us and we walked hand in hand with fireflies on the tiny dark road.Walking on the streets of the village in the night with the lovely bunch of people was fun but the most interesting part was to learn the technique of finding the spider in the night. We didn’t know which spider it was but when you put the light on it in a particular angle it shines. Thanks Prathmesh for sharing this information and other exciting stories of leopards with us.Morning was bit lazy and delicious as none of us could stop ourselves from asking more Pohas from Aunty. We bought Mangoes, Jackfruits and got Nutmegs, lapel pins as souvenir from Velas. As there were less number of tourist this time, ferry was waiting for us at the jetty rather than we waiting for our turn in ferry as usually is the case. We put our vehicle in that ferry and crossed the river to reach Harihareshwar.
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